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I rang to book a table for two when we arrived they couldn't find my booking, staff just pointed and said its that table. After ordering the waitress came back 15 minutes later to tell me they didn't have what I wanted so ordered the...More
Again this pub is going down hill . Manager thinks it's his own sitting room playing his type of music videos ( r&b ) loud! On a Tuesday lunch time when only 4 elderly people eating and 4 at the bar ! 😏 plus an...More
Made a special trip down to the Ewe and Lamb at 1230 to book table 21 for 7pm and the waitress put a reserved notice on the table and assured me it was booked
Arrived at 650pm and people sitting at our booked table
After using the Ewe and Lamb for the last 6yrs to meet and have lunch with my father i can safely say that it's the worst it has ever been.My father wanted a seniors roast dinner priced at £3.99.I ordered the Pork Belly only to...More
As a group of friends, we meet every couple of months for a meal and this was our second visit to the Ewe and Lamb but sadly will be our last.
It was obvious by the number of glasses on the bar and the very...More
A group of 10 of us used this Pub/Restaurant, and where more than happy, food good, beer better, and wine apparently good !
Service was quick, and friendly, all at a reasonable price !
So much so we are going back there in a few...More
Went to the ewe and lamb this afternoon for a roast was so excited as I hadn't had a roast in ages but once it came out my excitement turned to regret. £11 for a roast that was AWFUL it looked like it came out...More
Absolutely appalling .. so much so 4 out of 5 meals went back! My gammon was so tough the knife wouldn't cut it and the fried egg was so burnt I picked it up and it was rock solid! The 3 hunters chicken was black...More